Begin Your Entry for the QiC Dermatology 2022 Awards in Association with Dermatology in practice

QiC Dermatology 2022 - Enter Now

Extended Entry Closing date 25 March, No Entry FeeThere is still time to submit your entry into this year’s Quality in Care Dermatology awards in association with Dermatology in practice.

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QiC Diabetes Case Studies available

The QiC Diabetes Case Study PDF is available to download and share with colleagues.

You can also view all the case studies online, including those from 2021, here

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QiC Dermatology Case Studies available

The QiC Dermatology case study booklet is available to download and share with colleagues.

You can also view all the case studies online from the 2021 awards recognised entries here

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Quality in Care (QiC) Diabetes Results Announced

Welcome to Quality in Care Diabetes 2021, the prestigious UK & Ireland awards, which since 2011 have been recognising, rewarding and sharing initiatives that improve the quality of life for people living with diabetes.

The exceptional work undertaken during the unprecedented pressure of COVID-19 has been recognised in this year’s finalists and the results were announced on Thursday 14th October, at Sanofi’s offices in Reading, presented by Alan Dedicoat.

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A brand new UK and Ireland awards programme that recognises, rewards and shares good practice in dermatology for people with skin conditions and/or their families.

Share your good practice by entering this year. Six entry categories and two nomination categories, have a look at how to enter and download your entry form today.

“Dermatology in practice is pleased to join QiC Dermatology to launch this exciting new programme which recognises, rewards and shares good practice in the UK & Ireland. It provides a great opportunity for teams around the country to be recognised for their quality of care which can be replicated in other healthcare settings to support improved experience and care for people with skin conditions.”

Dr Neill Hepburn MD FRCP, Consultant Dermatologist, Lincoln County Hospital and Editor, Dermatology in practice

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